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Georgia, USALat: 32.16, Long: -82.91
I agree with Greylag Goose, a domestic/feral individual.
Looks like a young male.
Cooper's Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) and Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis). Dark patagial markings make the larger bird a Red-tailed, wing shape suggests Cooper's for the smaller bird.
The white on the axillary region is indicative of young Bald Eagle. Young Goldens usually have white in the wings and at the base of the tail.
My guess for this one would be Eastern Wood-pewee.
Looks like an Empidonax sp., likely Acadian, but I can't be certain.
Maybe another Red-eyed Vireo.
Tough call, looks like a Red-eyed Vireo.
Agree - buffy superlora supports Swainson's.
The lack of color on the head is a lighting thing - the overexposed photo is washing out the color.